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Three executive, serviced offices  available at Base64.

Base64 is booming into the new financial year with plans to further enhance our large storage batteries, be inspired by all manner of smart home things and of course, cook some amazing dishes in the Base64 commercial grade kitchen.

This year has seen us host think tanks, receive water tanks and and charge our EV’s with good, clean power (not from a tank) as well as all manner of things in between. We don’t sit still for long here

An opportunity for three new residents to join the Base64 world.

A few private offices have recently been vacated due to company expansions and the like. Here’s a taste of what is available

Who we are:

We like to think we’re unlike any other co working space on the scene right now. Highly bespoke spaces with full tilt dark fibre internet access, 24 x 7 access and gracefully appointed office space we hope you to treat as a home rather than simply a spot to bash at  keyboard. Full access to meeting rooms and board rooms and limited off street  parking is of course available.

Who you are: 

Enthusiastic, smart and clean with  penchant for Herman Miller Aeron chairs, a well decked and fully furnished office and a curiosity about the world around you. One office will comfortably accommodate 8 – 12 humans another would quite happily furnish 4 and the third would be suited to 2 – 3 humans.

Please send through expressions of interest to heidi@base64.com.au and we can talk further about you being here!

Williams Burton’s reflections on Base64 in the October Edition of Belle Magazine

We’re delighted with the reflective and fascinating article into Williams Burton, featured in October’s Belle Magazine. Don’t let the October Edition foil you into thinking you can’t get your hands on a copy today,  you’ll find it stocked in your local newsagent now. Here’s a sneak peek at the article

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heritage-listed Adelaide mansion transforms into a 21st century landmark

via indesignlive.com

An historic Adelaide mansion has undergone a multi-million-dollar metamorphosis that has transformed the heritage-listed 19th century pile into a 21st century landmark.

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‘Like Grand Designs on steroids’: 150-year-old mansion extensively upgraded to be 21st century ready

via architectureanddesign.com.au

A historic Adelaide mansion that used to be home to Sir Frederick Holder, twice Premier of South Australia in the 19th century and first Speaker of the Federal House of Representatives, has undergone a multi-million-dollar metamorphosis the team likens to “Grand Designs on steroids”.

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